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The Fifth Queen


Published March 27, 2012


LibriVox recording of The Fifth Queen by Ford Madox Ford. Read by Elizabeth Klett.

The Fifth Queen trilogy is a series of connected historical novels by English novelist Ford Madox Ford. It consists of three novels, The Fifth Queen; And How She Came to Court (1906), Privy Seal (1907) and The Fifth Queen Crowned (1908), which present a highly fictionalized account of Katharine Howard's marriage to King Henry VIII. (Summary by Wikipedia)

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